Archive for ‘October, 2013’

Ross Knows Frank

One of our own has been hiding something from us. Ross has been a part of our Lands’ End internet team for a few years now…

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Made To Work: Joe Branch

In September we launched our Made To Work campaign and introduced Joe Branch, Reed Woodson and Justin Talt – three guys who know the value of…

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UFF-DA! Wherefore Art Thou, Shakespeare?

If the Bard was born a Badger. Our Wisconsin home is nicknamed The Badger State for 1830s lead miners who lived in caves carved into hillsides.…

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Seams Plausible: The Sockless Phenomenon

  A semi-regular column answering questions about clothing. “The world can be divided into two groups: those who divide the world into two groups, and those…

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Christmas … and beyond!

It was around spring of  2011 when my husband sarcastically asked, “So, that Christmas wreath on the porch? Are you going to take it down soon…

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The Principles of Doing Business

In 1984, as the mail-order boom picked up steam and Lands’ End imitators started coming out of the woodwork, Gary Comer realized he needed to do…

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Seams Plausible: The Shirting Conundrum

  A semi-regular column answering questions about clothing. Your writer has recently become aware of some confusion among our friends and customers regarding different types of…

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What Are They Really Thinking?

Behind their perfect smiles, Lands’ End models seem to have other things on their mind while posing for the camera.            …

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Making Our Mark As Models

Not long ago we launched our new Landmark Collection of fine leather handbags, clutches and totes. To celebrate this “landmark” event we organized a photo shoot…

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Lands’ End Goes To The Wedding

Submitted by Grace T., the mother of the bride and a Lands’ End fan. For most prospective brides, the task of finding the perfect wedding gown…

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